Shelter For Life is proud to share the success of our project in Tash Guzar, located in the Taloqan district of Afghanistan. By implementing Climate Smart Agricultural (CSA) practices, we have made significant improvements to the irrigation system, bringing about positive change and enhancing the lives of local farmers.
Restoring a War-Torn Canal:
Tash Guzar’s irrigation system, once responsible for irrigating over 15,000 acres of agricultural land, had fallen into disrepair due to the devastating impact of war. Recognizing the immense potential it held for the community, Shelter For Life embarked on a mission to restore the canal and revitalize the agricultural landscape.
Integration of CSA Practices:
To ensure the long-term sustainability of the irrigation system, we incorporated CSA practices throughout the restoration process. Our dedicated team diligently repaired and widened the canal, allowing for a more efficient water flow and distribution. Additionally, we constructed spillways, culverts, and protection walls to safeguard the canal from flood damage, ensuring uninterrupted water supply for farmers.
Empowering Farmers and Boosting Productivity:
Shelter For Life’s commitment to Climate Smart Agriculture has brought about positive change in Tash Guzar, Afghanistan. Through the restoration of the war-torn canal and the integration of CSA practices, we have created a resilient irrigation system that supports sustainable agriculture and empowers local farmers. We are proud to witness the transformative impact this project has had on the lives of individuals in the community.
The impact of these efforts has been remarkable. By transforming rain-fed lands into irrigated ones, the restoration of the canal has empowered local farmers, enabling them to expand their agricultural practices and increase productivity. The availability of a reliable water source has unlocked new opportunities for crop diversification and enhanced the overall livelihoods of the community.
Together, we can continue to make a lasting difference in the lives of those affected by conflict and environmental challenges.